Scratch and Sniff Moon Prints Now Available

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What does the moon smell like? Well, the general consensus among the very few that have made the journey is that it has a strong gunpowder aroma. With the help of Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie Duke and flavorist Steven Pearce, artist Sue Corke nailed down the smell and had it converted into ink that was used to create a very limited edition of scratch and sniff moon prints.

Only 300 prints are being made available at prices that range from $55 to $428 (sold through Edinburgh Printmakers), so it might be more cost effective to just light a match.

(WCTM via Gizmodo)


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